Little Scandinavian

Founded in 2008, Little Scandinavian is a niche blog, serving as a gateway to the world of Scandinavia, sharing fashion, design and a inspiration for a relaxed family lifestyle, including easy healthy recipes and also some truly amazing travel ideas.

Location: London, UK and the rural countryside of Norway.

PINTEREST: 32.000 followers

TWITTER: 12.500 followers

FACEBOOK: 7.200 followers

INSTAGRAM: 8.700 followers

Bianca Wessel

I’m a Norwegian mum-of-two, living in London. I work…

– as a blogger on two niche blogs, Little Scandinavian and Villa Wessel.

– as a Brand Ambassador for the Norwegian rainwear brand BRGN 

– with CIFF KIDS as part of Copenhagen Fashion Week

– as a consultant in Social Media & PR for various of clients.

I’m passionate about social media, I love Scandinavian winters and coffee.

Get in touch!

For collaboration requests, please email: bianca@littlescandinavian.com


  1. Hi,

    I am a dutch mom who loves scandinavian childrens clothes. My son is 11 years old now and it’s getting harder and harder to find nice clothes for his age. Do you know any scandinavian brands who design clothes for teeners?



  2. Hi,

    I am a dutch mon and also love children’s clothes from Scandinavia. My son is 11 years old and it’s getter harder and harder to find clothes for his age that I (and also he himself ofcourse) like . Most brands design for children from 8-10 years old Do you have any suggestions for Scandinavian brands for teeners?

    I recently started a webshop with second hand clothes, and we focus on scandinavian brands, although that’s hard because the brands are difficut to find second hand and are even when used still quite expensive.Take a look at http://www.kukels.com/sam.


  3. Dear Lisa. Thanks for stopping by Little Scandinavian. Which tutu robes are you looking for? Would be more than happy to advise. Best, Bianca x

  4. Do you know where I can buy the Tutu! robes? I went to the website, but it doesn’t appear that you can buy from there. I’m in the UK. Thanks, Lisa

  5. Found you through another Norwegian friend, and in heaven! Just love the blog! I am an Norwegian Interior architect living in Christchurch, with British partner and 4 year old son. Will follow you XXXX

  6. Hi
    I have a children’s shoe shoe in Cardiff, South Wales and stock Pom Pom shoes, Angulus and Ecco (amongst others). I know Pom Pom shoes are new to the UK and wondered if you could direct your customers to my shop if you get any enquiries?
    Kind regards

  7. Dear Zozo.
    First of all welcome to the Blogosphere and thank you for visiting Little Scandinavian. My main advice will be to blog about what you like, what you are passionate about and what inspires you. Write genuine articles with your unique voice and people will start following. Regular posts as well as new finds are a key as well as a keeping it personal. To make sure your blog is easy to follow I recommend setting up a Facebook and Twitter account too. I’m sure you’ll do well. Please send me a link to your blog and let me know how you get on!
    Best wishes theScandinavianMum

  8. I am a mother of two. Boy 8 and a girl 3. I am from South Africa originally but been residing in Denmark for 12 years now. I love the Danish childres clothing so much that I decide to start a blog 2 weeks ago. My focus is blogging on childrens clothing and other stuff of course with the focus on some of the danish designs that I buy for my kids like Angulus and Marmar Copenhagen. I have just paged through your blog and I love it. I feel inpsired by it. Do you have any advice for a new blogger like me whose passionate about childrens clothes, as how to continue and make it more interesting. keep up the good work

  9. Thank you Helena. What a lovely nursery you’ve created. I’m sure it’s successful and hopefully there will be many more with the same philosophy. Learning by nature! Best, theScandinavianMum x

  10. I’m a Swedish mother who started Wildflowers Kindergartens six years ago in mid-Hampshire, between Winchester and Petersfield.

    It is based on the Scandinavian outdoor nursery model for early childhood education, spending the mornings in nature
    all year around.

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